So I've never even heard of this Overwatch thing. Frankly I was surprised when you guys said I should review it,
I kid like this because that was my initial reaction to hearing the massive hype that swelled up around Overwatch before it's release. I've never been fond of FPS games in the past mostly because I can't aim worth sh** on a controller. So I'd never really gotten much into any FPS's in the past, if it hadn't been for Overwatch I wouldn't have found my favorite FPS I've ever played, Titanfall 2.
So needless to say when Blizzard soared in like Errol Flynn with Overwatch tucked under its arm. I was more than a little apprehensive; I'd never played an FPS on a keyboard before so I was afraid this was going to be a thirty dollar payment that'd go right down the tubes.
But finally one of my friends convinced me to get it under the guise that we would play together and it would be a lot more fun. Where upon I bought the PC version and found the hard way that PC can't connect to PS4 servers. Ha Ha.
So there I was, with a colorful roster of characters and not a single clue what any of them do. And here began the journey that has brought me to almost level 600 and memorabilia for the game strewn about my room like a bomb went off at Blizzcon.
So can I possibly review the game without any bias? NO, absolutely not. SO instead I'll focus on the insider's perspective.
For any of you living under a rock with no WiFi and and interesting book, Overwatch is a Moba-inspired FPS released by Blizzard a little over a year ago at time of writing. It features a cast of fun characters, some of which you'll grow to love.
Overwatch's basic gameplay consists of two teams made u…